Everywhere you turn, you can feel it: Passion and commitment at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC), the largest community health center in Massachusetts and one of the largest in the country. From the nurses and physicians on the frontlines of patient care, to the managers who shape policy, to the customer service representatives who keep our facilities running smoothly — everyone here has a role in making medicine better.
Striving to be an employer of choice, we offer progressive benefits, a variety of schedules, and the satisfaction of working with a diverse workforce whose unity of purpose is a real force for achievement. Plus, our Education & Training Institute is an attractive resource for many of our employees who seek to broaden their skill base and advance their careers.
For the seventh time, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center has been named one of the Top Places to Work in Massachusetts by the Boston Globe! This award recognizes the most admired workplaces in the state voted on by the people who know them best — their employees. Read on to see how we’re striving to be an employer of choice.
Founded during the Civil Rights Movement, EBNHC provides high-quality care to all without regard to age, race/ethnicity, insurance status or ability to pay. As the largest community health center in Massachusetts and one of the largest in the nation, EBNHC opens its doors to patients from all demographics and cultures and provides them with the same quality care. Our staff is unified and passionate about fulfilling this mission. We believe we can change medicine for the better and we do it every day.
Our workforce is as diverse as the city we call home — in gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, and age, as well as in cultural backgrounds, life experiences, thoughts, and ideas. We know that neighbors who share cultures, concerns, and goals understand one another, and that that understanding reduces barriers to care and opens doors to opportunity. We’re committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable environment for all inside and outside the health center.
EBNHC’s leaders are instrumental in shaping healthcare policy across Massachusetts and is dedicated to creating equity in medicine. Their efforts along with tireless work of our frontline staff have led to more than 100,000 vaccine doses administered in neighborhoods hit hardest by the pandemic including East Boston, Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop, Everett, and the South End.
Our Education & Training Institute is an attractive resource for many of our employees who seek to broaden their skill base and advance their careers. More than half of our employees reside in our service area. By bringing education and training opportunities to the community, we provide employees and community members with the education and skills needed to obtain well-paying jobs in health care, ultimately strengthening the local economy.
The workplace is undergoing a once-in-a-lifetime transformation, and organizations that embrace that change, and put their employees’ needs first rise to the top. To attract and retain outstanding staff members, we nurture and maintain a supportive environment that reflects our mission and culture. That includes offering important benefits like medical, dental, life and disability insurance, paid time off, flexible spending and transportation accounts and excellent malpractice coverage so that you can be your best inside and outside of work.
JOIN US in truly making a positive impact in the neighborhoods and communities where we live and work.
visits a year
Patients as diverse
as the city we live in
One of the 1st centers
in MA to become MA PCMH
Staff interpreters &
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is to provide easily accessible, affordable, appropriate, high-quality, personalized, coordinated primary care, for all who live and work in East Boston and the surrounding communities.
As the leading health care provider and a cornerstone of the community, the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center provides a comprehensive system of services including primary and specialty care, a 24-hour Satellite Emergency Facility, two on-site pharmacies, and the comprehensive Neighborhood PACE plan for older adults, as well as innovative programs to help address the health and well-being of community members with specific needs, including HIV/AIDS, chronic diseases, children with multiple disabilities, and childhood obesity.
EBNHC opens our doors to patients from all demographics and cultures. Our workforce is as diverse as the city we call home — in gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, and age, as well as in cultural backgrounds, life experiences, thoughts, and ideas.
A passion for community unites and motivates us.
If you feel this passion too,
YOU BELONG HERE.